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President Donald J. Trump revealed Wednesday, that he believes there is nothing wrong in accepting information from foreign government entities in election campaigns.

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In the fall of this year, several hundred scientists and other professionals will launch the largest Arctic research expedition in history: A 12-month, $134 million, 17-nation effort to document climate change in the fastest-warming part of the globe, our planet’s Arctic.

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In 2017, an online disinformation campaign spread against the “White Helmets,” claiming that the group of aid volunteers was serving as an arm of Western governments to sow unrest in Syria.

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The more elections go by with Californians electing huge Democratic majorities to the state Legislature and no Republicans to statewide offices, the more secure elected Democrats feel. The more secure they feel, it seems, the more taxes they want to impose on the folks who put them in office.

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“After it discovered that Russians had used its platform in an effort to sow discord in U.S. politics, Twitter released a massive trove of data about the accounts the Russians used and tweets they sent or retweeted,” Washington Post writer Philip Bump wrote. “A researcher for the security an…

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For the millions of people who eagerly check on the job gains at the end of each month, May was a huge disappointment with only 75,000 jobs added during the month.

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In a recent editorial, the Antelope Valley Press suggested that presidential hopefuls and other Americans might find it educational to examine how other nations handle their health care systems.

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This era, when political history is being written daily in Washington D.C., provides more proof that divisiveness is the major mover among the people ineffectually running our country.

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On Thursday, President Donald Trump abruptly announced a new 5% tariff on Mexico goods being sent into the United States — with other percentage escalations planned for the future.

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In what may be marked as the greatest anti-climactic speech ever made in Washington D.C., special counsel Robert Mueller, on Wednesday, stepped down after concluding not only one of the highest-profile investigations in recent history, but one of the most distinctive codas in the career of a…

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Michael Cohen, Trump’s former attorney, exchanged hundreds of phone calls and text messages with Columbus Nova, the American financial firm tied to Russian oligarch Viktor Veselberg, according to court documents unsealed on May 22.

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They disappeared 10,000 years ago during the Ice Age in North America, but earthworms have returned and they are adding to the carbon overload that affects our planet’s climate change.

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In what is being seen as wildly excessive demands in order to take a job as the nation’s immigration czar, Kris Kobach, the former Kansas secretary of state, has given the White House a list of 10 conditions.

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NBC News, on Monday, ripped off the savage bandage that Russia has devised to again grossly interfere with America’s 2020 election, enlarging the horror that used sophisticated meddling into the 2016 U.S. free-voting democracy balloting system.

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If Alexander Graham Bell were alive today, he’d be getting outraged telephone owners calling him to criticize him for his 19th century invention.

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On Sunday, Fox News reported that state and federal law enforcement agencies arrested 50 people in Connecticut on Friday, as part of a massive undercover operation that resulted in the seizure of thousands of bags of heroin, guns and $15,000 in cash.

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President Donald Trump has opened the curtain on a new immigration plan that would incorporate several ideas that have found favor among Republicans.

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Roberta Alcantar, a Palmdale resident, whose teenage son was fatally struck by a ricocheting bullet when deputies fired at a dog that had attacked one of them, has reached a tentative settlement in her lawsuit against Los Angeles County, court papers show.

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When Steve Beissinger led a team of scientists from UC Berkeley into Southern California’s Mojave Desert, the landscape looked much as it did in photographs taken at the turn of the 20th century by Joseph Grinnell, a famed biologist. But there was one noticeable difference: Many birds were missing.

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It’s a cliché to say that someone had a “checkered career.” It’s more appropriate to point out that Rob Rosenstein’s resignation ended a “3D chess game” in his role as United States deputy attorney general.

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Working from IRS transcripts, two New York Times writers have stacked up verifiable evidence that Donald J. Trump, colorful businessman, lost a total of $1.17 billion during the 1985 to 1994 decade.

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Two centuries of Japan’s tradition was broken on April 30, when a new emperor, Naruhito, became the first emperor to receive the sacred imperial regalia that represents his rightful succession to the world’s oldest monarchy.

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ISIS purported leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi disappeared from public view for five years, but in April, he starred in a video released by the Islamic State, sporting a beard that may have been half-colorized.

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In one of the most superlative scientific discoveries of all time, Palmdale-based SOFIA researchers were able to detect the first type of molecule ever formed in the universe.